It’s Not All Mary Poppins

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Do you ever fear that your child will be bullied in school? Do you ever worry that your child could be a bully?

I’m sure all of us hope that our children will be able to deal with them!

If you’ve ever considered the problem at all, here’s a story that will warm your heart. THOSE are the boys who will make their parents proud!

Now we need to hear from their parents and find out what they did right! Kudos to these boys — AND to their parents.

September 19, 2007 - Posted by | aggression, Canada, power struggle

10 Comments »

  1. What a great story! Yes, I would like to know what their parents did to raise such courageous boys who look out for others. Love stories like that, it gives me hope in people.

    Comment by mamacita tina | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  2. AWESOME.

    I’m spreading this story around, that’s heartwarming.

    Comment by jstubson | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  3. Oh! That’s WONDERFUL! I’m so proud of them for standing up and being part of the solution.

    Comment by Ms. Huis Herself | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  4. A truly inspirational story.

    It is great to see kids taking the lead in dealing with bullies in a real and practical way. What a brilliant strategy too…challenging the ignorance upon which the bullies made their case.

    This story made a great day even better. Thanks Mary.

    Comment by Sheri | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  5. This story encourages me to believe that there really are kids out there who have a conscience and know right from wrong. And the fact that they were proactive about the entire thing – so amazing! Each time I hear stories on school bullies I worry about the days my own kids have to enter into that forum. As a bullied kid throughout my early years of high school I truly feel for the underdogs and wish there were more kids such as those in this story to set the example.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Mama's Moon | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  6. Fantastic. How great to stand up to bullying of any kind, but especially to show a new kid that he doesn’t have to stand alone, doesn’t have to be afraid of how he will be taken in a new place, already discomfitting. This is making me a little teary, it’s so pride-making.

    Comment by kittenpie | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  7. That is an incredible story. What great kids.

    Comment by Alison | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  8. What a great story. Their parents should be extremely proud!

    Comment by Dani | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  9. Wow, tears in my eyes. And it’s not just because I’m hormonal.

    Comment by nomotherearth | September 20, 2007 | Reply

  10. Sorry Mary this is just too good, so I stole it for my blog. (but gave you credit) These guys are hero’s, and it proves that somehow, contrary to the rightwing types assertions, real values, useful admirable values are getting through to our youth.

    Comment by Bil | September 20, 2007 | Reply


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